Understanding the Ops Manager Interface
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This topic describes key features of the Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) Operations Manager interface.
A— Displays a list of products you have imported that are ready for installation.
- Click the Import a Product link to add a new product to Ops Manager.
- If an upgrade is available, an active Upgrade button appears when you hover over the name of the product. If you are using the Pivotal Network API, the latest version of an existing product appears automatically.
- Click Delete All Unused Products to delete any unused products.
B—Installation Dashboard: Displays a product tile for each installed product.
C—User account menu: Use this menu to navigate to your Settings page, view My Account to change your email and password, or log out of the Installation Dashboard.
D—Settings: This menu option opens a page with several configuration panes. See the Settings Page section for details.
E—Pending Changes view: Displays queued installations and updates that will install during the next deploy. Click Apply Changes to apply any pending changes to your deployment.
Note: When an update depends on prerequisites, the prerequisites automatically install first.
Navigate to the Settings page by clicking on your user name located at the upper right corner of the screen and selecting Settings.
The following list describes each configuration pane:
Decryption Passphrase: Reset your decryption passphrase.
Authentication Method: You can switch Identity Providers by entering your Decryption passphrase, Saml idp metadata, and optionally, your Bosh idp metadata. For more information about setting up your Identity Provider, view the following instructions for your configuration:
External API Access: Enter your Pivotal Network API token to connect your Installation Dashboard to the Pivotal Network.
Proxy Settings: If you are using a proxy to connect to Ops Manager, update your Proxy Settings by providing a Http proxy, Https proxy, or No proxy.
Export Installation Settings: Exports the current installation with all of its assets. When you export an installation, the exported file contains references to the installation IP addresses. It also contains the base VM images and necessary packages. As a result, an export can be very large (as much as 5 GB or more).
- Download activity data - Downloads a directory containing the config file for the installation, the deployment history, and version information.
- Download Root CA Cert - Use this to download the root CA certificate of your deployment as an alternative to curling the Ops Manager API.
- View diagnostic report - Displays various types of information about the configuration of your deployment.
- Delete this Installation
To change your email and password, navigate to the My Account page by clicking on your user name located at the upper right corner of the screen and selecting My Account.